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Paid on May 26


Amount: $921.29
To: ASI Signage Innovations
For: Various signs for the Des Moines Public Library

Amount: $713.54
To: Absolute Property Services
For: Various cleanup and restoration billed to Graffiti Removal Program

Amount: $34.24
To: Acme Tools
For: Rubber


Amount: $7,662.60
To: Beautiful Lawns by Long’s LLC
For: Mowing and trimming around cemetery

Amount: $167
To: Doors Inc.
For: One Adams Rite Paddle Operator and one Adams Rite Deadlatch

Amount: $51.69
To: NAPA City of Des Moines
For: One air filter

Amount: $54.43
To: Plumb Supply Company
For: Various supplies

Amount: $60
To: Star Equipment LTD
For: Plate compactor

Amount: $34.61
To: VWR (Pennsylvania)
For: Boric acid

Amount: $84.44
To: Verizon Wireless
For: Monthly charges

Amount: $87.02
To: Alibris (California)
For: Various books for the Des Moines Public Library

Amount: $7
To: Des Moines Water Works
For: Water availability

Amount: $475
To: Gold Cars of Iowa
For: One month of workhorse rental

Amount: $248.80
To: Mediacom
For: Monthly charges


Salary 6-4Salaries and such

Name: Jay Ronayne
Title: Head Coach, Women’s Gymnastics
Department: Iowa State University
Annual Salary: $115,810.10



The Des Moines City Council approved the funding of travel expenses for Lieutenants David Ness and Chris Hardy to attend training at the Police Executive Research Forum – Senior Management Institute in Boston, Massachusetts, from May 30 to June 19. The course provides intensive training in executive management and leadership from experts in business and government. Leaders in policing and academia will present the latest information about body cameras, surveillance and social media, in addition to traditional leadership topics including accountability, transparency, management theories and community trust. This trip comes at a cost of $20,360 to taxpayers. CV

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